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5 DAYS IN HAIR

Phoebe Collings-James has major hair

By Joanna Kyte, 20 May 2017

Know about Phoebe Collings-James? She’s a contemporary artist with fashion tips for days and a super knack for slammin’ hair styles that have caught our beauty eye, for real. Here’s five of her best…

Phoebe Collings-James with curly bob hair style | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

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Pixie Perfect

You girls with curls may have been told to steer clear of the bob but PCJ just proved that a wavy chop is a mega way to approach summer. Leave your twists natural and your earrings a statement.

Phoebe Collings-James with side parted curly hair style | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

Good side

Some days are all about creating an extreme side parting (reach for a trusty tail comb for this) and sweeping your locks over. Make like Phoebe and apply a little defining mousse to damp hair before drying with a diffuser. Glossy.

Phoebe Collings-James with french plait hair style | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

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Braidy bunch

Update: solo French plaits have been resurrected from your Year 3 dance show days to give you an edge on SS17. Keep your braid tight and slightly to the side, securing with a clear hair tie.

Phoebe Collings-James with slick back hair style | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

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Show time

When you want to find your fancy for the night, a slick back style is forever here for you. With a paddle brush in one hand and firm-hold hair spray in the other, comb your mane right back into a midway bun. Add red lips and sleek jewellery to finish.

Phoebe Collings-James with side fringe and up hair style | ASOS Fashion & Beauty Feed

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Fringe thing

To make the most of your major side fringe, leave it out next time you opt for a low-pony, spraying your front locks for a little extra volume. Style tip: high necks + up ‘dos = chic ville.

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